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Tuesday, 07 November 2017 16:47

Jeromy Continues To Tackle Bullying At Schools

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The Anti-Bullying Association of Trinidad and Tobago, led by former Junior Calypso and Soca Monarch, Jeromy Rodriguez, has been targeting a number of schools across the country.

The Association was formed in 2013 by Jeromy after witnessing what his elder sister was enduring as a victim of bullying at school.

Thinking for sometime about how he could help children who suffer a similar experience, he decided to add another title to his name: "Activist."

Janine Browne has more.

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